A fun teenage party starts with the right venue. To be honest once they reach this age, unless you live in a mansion, your home is no longer a suitable place to hold a fun teenage party. Try telling your teen that their birthday party will be held at your house and you will see the reaction. It is rarely positive. So the first step to a fun teenage party is to find someplace they can have a party that they won’t have the potential to get into any trouble but yet they can still run around and potentially hurt each other, but not seriously hurt each other of course. Back in the 1990’s there used to be laser tag establishments all over the country and these used to be the ideal place for a fun teenage party. But in the last few years these laser tag places have started to close down leaving parents with one less option. What has sprung up in their place are multiple game establishments. Nowadays there is the place that is a restaurant in the front and a game center in the back. They seem a little mature for kiddie parties and a little to immature for adult parties. These are the perfect places for your fun teenage party. They can be a lot more expensive than a party at McDonalds but your teen will actually thank you for having their party at a place like this.
Another tip for a fun teenage party is to pay attention to the interests of your teen. Do they like sports? If they do then maybe you could suggest a party at the local bowling alley. A fun teenage party usually consists of something new and different that appeals to your teen and their friends. The same old cake and gifts doesn’t work anymore so you need to put some time and effort into talking with your teen and crafting a party around their interests. Remember to keep it to something that can be easily controlled because we are talking about teenagers here and there still is not that sense of responsibility yet that goes with being a mature adult. So keep it fun but do everything you can to keep injuries at a minimum.